Battlefield 1's They Shall Not Pass DLC Is Free Right Now

Battlefield 1's They Shall Not Pass DLC Pack Available For Free

Battlefield 1's first expansion pack, They Shall Not Pass, is available to download for free on Origin, the PlayStation Store and Xbox Store, but you better hurry up as the offer is only live for the next two weeks.

Even if you own Battlefield 1 and you haven't played it in months, it's still a good idea to grab this while you can.

Players will have to note that the offer is only valid all owners of the game and not EA/Origin Access members.

The expansion, which came out in March of previous year, brings the French army to the game and adds four maps set in France. As you'd expect from any Battlefield expansion, this adds new weapons and vehicles, but the bigger draws are likely the DLC's four new maps and new elite class, the Trench Raider.

Three additional expansions are available for Battlefield 1, though they're not now free. It's called Shock Operations and adds 40 versus 40 sector capture mode to locations like Giant's Shadow, Prise de Tahure, Lukow Pass, Zeebrugge and River Somme. Are you still playing the FPS?

Battlefield 1 is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.



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